Saturday, 23 April 2016

FEATURE: Put the focus back on ‘you’

Expert speak: Ameeta Sanghavi Shah, relationship expert: One's motivation to achieve big things come mainly from believing in yourself and in your capability to do so. Apart from that, you also need to believe in your talents, values and the purpose of your task. Sometimes, the things people say may cause you to doubt yourself. But instead of losing faith and getting disheartened, it's better to look at the comments as constructive criticism. It is very important to nurture the ability to convert bad feedback into constructive criticism. At times, the quick pace at which your peers may achieve success can also be a de-motivator. However, it is important to remember that each person works at their own pace and that, just because you are slower, doesn't mean what you're doing is less good or less powerful that the other person. 
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